Huge thanks to @SirSickSik for the Factotum mod and huge thanks to @MattilynMattroe for splitting the looper out into its own module which really inspired all these patches
Theres a lot of different patches I'm playing with now but I'm not the most focused so some may take some time. Wanted to post up a few I enjoy so far
Envelope Triggered Looping/Atmosphere - Originally was just looking to do something simlar to the CooperFX Outward pedal that can trigger record and it stretches them out in a pleasing way. Got there more or less but wanted to go a bit further - added a slow lfo to occasionally alternate between foward/reverse play and added a nice spacey reverb to help soften things a bit - then to go even further, I added a freeze module (works like the EHX Freeze pedal, believe I found it on this forum but cant remember who made it) that is triggered by the same lfo controlling the direction.
The result is this lovely ambient pad-esque sound that follows your playing very pleasingly - somewhere between the Outward and the Hologram Microcosm. Added a post-reverb low pass filter to help adjust things so you can keep your dry signal out front of the layering. Right now its set up to my case but can easily swap the GPIO modules for toggles/buttons etc. You can obviously adjust to your liking, I have it set to play Octave up 1 (with a switch for Octave down 1) and somewhere between normal speed and double speed (not sure the exact - but have a switch to flip it to somewhere between normal speed/half speed)
Download Patch: inward.axp (37.1 KB)
EHX 16 Second Delay - Not super complicated, but fun to play with, definitely inspired by Nels Cline's use of it. Spent a bit more time labeling things and just trying to have it match the use of the actual pedal. Technically, the way its set up, its a 21.8 Second Delay - though I couldn't get it to work just right as just that long of a delay so its just looping (on the 16second the "infinite" footswitch changes from delay to looper) - you can change the table size to change the size of the buffer (I actually like it at 10.9 seconds but you can even go up to 43.7 seconds).
Defaults to "always on" recording into the buffer until you hit the trigger, which locks the buffer, triggers loop play from the beginning, and sends the audio to the output which, as far as I can tell, is the same way the EHX works (ie: you can tap the trigger at any time and it'll be able to loop the previous 2.7/5.4/10.5/21.8/43.7 seconds thats in the buffer. In addition to the Forward/Reverse Toggle and the Octave toggle, I added a toggle to decouple the Pitch & Stretch which gets to be a lot of fun. Like most loopers, the Octave toggle is +1 Octave=Double Speed, -1 Octave=Half Speed - being able to control pitch and stretch separately (again, thanks @SirSickSik & @MattilynMattroe) you can easily drop a full speed guitar loop into bass octave or just slow/speed up in different increments without losing your pitch. Additionally, being able to trim the loop start/end points are very helpful for mangling things as well as the sustain point. Original pedal has a "sweep" section which is more or less a vibrato/chorus so I just added that here as well - again, lowpass added at the end so you can adjust when you want to play over it and cut through
Download Patch: 21SecDelay_Share.axp (25.5 KB)
Let me know what you guys think! Still working on a bit more - Hexe Revolver, Red Panda Tensor, Hologram Infinite Jets/Microcosm, Chase Bliss Mood (though I think my original Glitch patch does a better job of the Mood sound).. Feel like a lot of these are very possible its just working out the control and such. I definitely plan to post some more as I work through things